Sunday, November 2, 2008

Weather map crashes on forecaster Francis Wilson during live broadcast

As a weather forecaster and one who lived for two years in East Anglia, I can kind of relate...
No doubt someone will try to blame this on Global Warming...
From the Telegraph:
...Francis Wilson, the head of weather at Sky News, was pointing to a map of Great Britain and Europe when a piece of East Anglia crashed down and landed on top of him.
But Wilson, once described as the "coolest man in the world" by singer Rod Stewart, was unperturbed and continued to present the bulletin on Thursday evening.
His only comment was: "Oh, that was interesting. That was part of East Anglia and the South East."...

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